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|Hartshorn's Self-acting Shade Rollers: Any Child Can Handle Them|
|Publisher||Stewart Hartshorn, 1880|
Here's a sample from Google Books of a sample ad for Hartshorn's products:
|via Google Books:|
|Shade Rollers were sold here!|
486 Broadway as of Sept 2014,
Google Street View
|Could this be a Scarlet Tanager?|
Yes! Ira had a patent on his shirts. Click Google Patents to view a copy.
|the back of a Perego trade card|
|sample ad from Google Books:|
|Google Street View of 87 Nassau St., Oct. 2014|
The former location of the Perego store...
|...and 128-130 Fulton St. is not too far away!|
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